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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Tuesday, January 15, 2019

VANDERVOORT — The Lady Leopards got off to a slow start and were shaky at the end but prevailed in the finals of the Cossatot River tournament Jan. 12. De Queen topped the host team 46-43 in a game whose final minutes left the crowd exhausted.

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

After two year’s away from the game. Tristan Snider is returning to the gridiron. Snider, an all-state center for De Queen in 2016, has signed a letter of intent with Henderson State University. Pictured with the signee are his parents Linda Snider and Steve Snider.

Wednesday, January 02, 2019
Wednesday, December 26, 2018

NASHVILLE — Meeting as conference rivals for the first time in seven years, each team claimed a win when the Leopards and Scrappers clashed Dec. 18 at Nashville.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Dakota Frachiseur of Horatio signs a letter of intent to play baseball at Southern Arkansas University. The Lion left handed pitcher is surrounded by family members including, sitting from left: father Rick Frachiseur, sister Savannah, mother Karri. In back are grandparents Shirley and Mouse…

De Queen’s junior girls  defeated Arkadelphia for the second time of the season, this time on the road. The final of the Dec. 13 contest was 50-18.

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

The Legacy Academy Lady Warriors (top) celebrated their first victory on Friday, Dec. 7. The junior varsity team defeated Cornerstone Christian from Tillar, Ark. The Lady Warriors took the lead in the first quarter and maintained their lead the remainder of the game. The final score was 38-7…

De Queen High School senior Malik Beasley took home the De Queen Rotary Club’s annual Rotary Cup award, that was given to him at the club’s meeting on Monday, Dec. 10 at the Mary Pop’s restaurant. The prestigious award has been given to the high school’s top athlete since 1936. The 17-year-o…

Tuesday, December 04, 2018
Monday, December 03, 2018

De Queen’s Asael Sanchez signs a letter of intent with Rich Mountain College in Mena. Sanchez is one of the first signees for the college’s new cross country team. Parents Benito and Yolanda Sanchez accompany their son at the signing ceremony.

Hector Hernandez of De Queen signs a letter of intent with Southern Arkansas University. Hernandez will compete in track and cross country for the Muleriders. He is pictured with his parents Liborio and Maria Hernandez.

FOUKE —  A strong fourth quarter was enough for Fouke to get by Horatio 64-59 in a Nov. 15 game at the Panthers’ gym.

LOCKESBURG —  Experience topped enthusiasm in the first home game ever for the UA-Cossatot basketball club. The home team’s newly renovated gym has seen a lot of action, but the home team has not. In the second game in team history, the Colts fell to the Mustangs of Central Baptist College 8…

Monday, November 26, 2018

Bob Edgin was the winner of the Nov. 15 football contest. Claudine Tompkins accepted for Edgin  a check for $25 and t-shirt. With Tompkins is Sandy Halter, owner of Wilson Real Estate Sales, one of the contest sponsors. Runner-up last week was DeAnna Bromsley.

Friday, November 23, 2018

Neither school went home empty handed when the Prescott girls visited Horatio Nov. 13. The visitors took the senior high game while the home team won in junior high.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

J.P. Johnson, left, accepts a check on behalf of his daughter-in-law, Cathy Johnson, winner of last week’s football contest. Johnson won  a check for $25 and t-shirt. With J.P. Johnson is Justin Baker representing Baker’s Towing and Recovery, one of the contest sponsors. Runner-up last week …

Monday, November 12, 2018
Friday, November 09, 2018

It was an old time defensive struggle with only one scoring play in the game. Unfortunately for Horatio, that play was made by Fouke. The Lions suffered a season ending 6-0 loss to the visiting Panthers Nov. 1.